Connecticut Belair Half Day Summer Tennis Camp

In the summertime when the weather is hot…summer sun just begs for you to get outside and get active! That’s where our tennis half-day summer program comes in. Players will get on-court tennis time, including drills, skills, and games. Koa Tennis will teach junior players (ages 5+) between 9:00am-12pmMonday through Friday.

Camp location: Connecticut Belair Swim & Tennis Club (3901 Ferrara Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20906)

HALF DAY SUMMER TENNIS PROGRAM SESSIONS:

  • Session 1 = June 18-22
  • Session 2 = June 25-29
  • Session 3 = July 2-6 (no camp July 4)
  • Session 4 = July 9-13
  • Session 5 = July 16-20
  • Session 6 = July 23-27
  • Session 7  = July 30-August 3
  • Session 8 = August 6-10
  • Session 9 = August 13-17
  • Session 10 = August 20-24
  • Session 11 = August 27-31

 

DAILY SCHEDULE FOR THE HALF DAY SUMMER TENNIS PROGRAM:

  • 9:00am-9:30am = Check-In & Warm-Up (fitness drills)
  • 9:30am-10:30am = Tennis Drills
  • 10:30am-10:45am = Mini-Break/Snacks
  • 10:45am-12pm = Tennis Games

 

PRICES:

  • Weekly Rate: $195/per player (price does not include snack and lunch).
  • Week of July 2nd: $155/per player (price does not include snack and lunch) because no tennis program on July 4th.
  • Weeklong Lunch = $50.00/per week per player.

Who is Koa Tennis?

We’re the believers in tennis as the sport for life. We’re here to show you that tennis is fun and active, whether it’s your first time picking up a racquet or your hundredth.

Koa Sports believes that everyone has the right to play, and that sports truly are important in the lives of all humans, young to old. Whether we’re talking skill development, health and social benefits, or just plain old fun, we want you to find your reason and get involved. Come join us and experience the Koa difference for yourself.

Koa tennis offers adult and youth programs, as well as pickleball!

Connecticut Belair Half Day Summer Camp

Questions?
Email marco@koasports.org
Call (301) 943-1678

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